Back to the laundry room. In all of my 45 years of marriage I have never had a laundry room. Although, that's not entirely true. We had one house that had a "laundry area" behind bi-fold doors in the - get this - family room! You could not watch television, talk, or even think straight when the washer and dryer were going because of the noise. What were they thinking? First thing we did was have them moved to the garage. Then we took off the doors and paneled the area (it was the 80's after all) and put up shelves. We used the area to store games and books. It worked out great.
Having an laundry room here is a real blessing. It's almost a necessity also as it gets so very cold in the winter. I wouldn't want to be out in the garage doing laundry when the temperatures are below zero. I've had fun decorating it. It was a blank slate, off white walls and a gray washer and dryer. I had some pink containers I had purchased at Home Goods that I used in my sewing room at the other house. I store cleaning supplies, tools, light bulbs, etc. in them. It made choosing my color scheme easy - pink!!
I have a nice collection of Scottie linens. This is a child's apron.
This sign is a gift from a friend. It doesn't look like it here but it's pink.
Scotty door stops.
I have a white wicker hamper for the dirty laundry. I would set something cute on top of it, but just in case the hubs does some laundry I don't want to make it any more difficult for him. (LOL! I crack myself up!!!)
A Busy Bee Washboard (blurry photo alert!)
Have you seen the reproduction blue Ball jars that are available? I bought mine to use. I guess I better go get some more 'cause these look cute right where they are!
More Scottie linens. You can't tell but the towels are hanging from vintage glass towel bars.
If it is a Scottie something, I probably have it. That is a tablecloth hanging from my ironing board. I forgot to take a picture of it but it has a pink cover. Of course it does!
As I was puttsing around the house this morning I came across this little oval Scottie dresser scarf and I thought it was time to give it a home. In a moment of sheer brilliance (LOL!) I decided to hang it over the washer and dryer hoses. You can decorate a laundry room but it doesn't look finished and nice if they are showing. If you look close you can see delicate tatting around the edge that has little holes in it (openwork) which made it easy to hang. Worked out great.
I just heard the dryer go off so I better go hang up clothes. Have a Happy and Restful Labor Day!!!